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Great dematerialization on TV! What´s your opinion?
March 25, 2013
9:46 pm
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skyguy2013
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This is a very great video I found on Youtube. Can you help us all with your opinion?
Thanks!

April 28, 2013
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It's done pretty well I think. The first thing I
noticed was that their NV spotlight seemed to lead the head
of whatever dematerialized before it moved.
Also the thing seems to be covered I. A sheet.
Now I don't know much about tv production but I do
know a few things about NV having served in the army for
6 years - light infantry as a matter of fact and true NV doesn't usually
show unknown objects like that in such detail.
I'll ask a buddy of mine who has a masters degree in tv and film production
about this video when I see him on Tuesday about wha our limits are.
Hope you get more posts helping debunk or truth this video.

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